Strong Communication Is Important to Career Success
Our Communication Studies program will teach you how to communicate effectively with individuals and groups using a variety of methods and approaches. You will learn written, oral and public speaking communication skills; study conflict resolution and dialogue promotion; investigate diverse cultures’ communication methods; develop project organization and completion techniques; and solve communication issues associated with various forms of media. During the program, you are encouraged to explore other areas of interest relevant to communication while also learning how other academic disciplines can provide insight into your communication studies.
The Communication Studies program leads to the Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree. The program gives students a concentration in the field of communication studies with a liberal arts foundation. The program is primarily intended for students seeking transfer to a four-year institution, although some graduates may plan on immediately entering the work force as communications professionals.